Stemming from a well versed musical background comes the newly developed project Blood On Guitars.
Looking to bring something new to the table, Blood On Guitars fuses elements of both rock and bass house to create a hybrid, polarizing sound. Following the debut release of ‘blood on the aux’ EP last year, Blood On Guitars returns with a new intriguing track ‘might be the only way’. The single is available now via Believe Music across all streaming platforms.
‘might be the only way’ kicks off with a guitar solo from the artist, coupled with an ominous vocal overlay. Blood On Guitars seamlessly fuses his knowledge of rock music into a more modern genre of bass house, flowing between punk and heavier dance influences. Before the track cascades into a barrage of heavy synths, the vocals “tell me about punk rock” ring out to intrigue the listener. With very simple vocals, the listener can focus on the guitar prowess that Blood On Guitars has to offer. The electric guitar complements the house influenced style of the track, in a way that has seldom been done before.
At a ripe age of 7, Blood On Guitars started learning to play both guitar and drums. In 2013 he wanted to expand his musical knowledge further and started to produce as well. Fast forward to 2019, when the Blood On Guitars project was born in the efforts to bring rock music energy back into current electronic music. His debut release was a two-track EP titled ‘blood on the aux’ via Tony Romera’s ‘SANS MERCI’ imprint. Serving as an introduction to the project, the two tracks effortlessly blend genres to create a signature sound for Blood On Guitars.
The sophomore year of the Blood on Guitars project presents a promising one with the release of ‘might be the only way’ to start the year. Blood On Guitars is pushing musical boundaries and stepping into a whole new realm with his ability to smoothly blend two different genres.